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    The magician discovers the card freely thought of by a spectator, under extreme laboratory conditions! A real killer! To buy an ordinary deck of cards click here.  
  • Included In The Subscription "Passionate"  
    In an interview, Larry Jennings is asked what he thinks is the most impressive trick in Dai Vernon’s repertoire, of whom he was one of the closest friends. Larry Jennings cites and demonstrates this effect, which is a hell of a Tsunami; but he doesn't explain it! Tsunami is a Japanese word that means "tidal wave". It is a trick that will devastate the brains of your audience, whether they are laymen or magicians. The spectator chooses a card, and loses it under extreme laboratory conditions. Despite this, the magician finds the chosen card!  
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    The Tossed Out Deck is an extremely popular and possibly the best neo-classical plot in mentalism. For Luke Jermay, this trick is one of the best opening routines for a performance. He gives us here his own version of this wonderful effect! Several spectators peek at a card in laboratory conditions… nevertheless, the performer guesses all these cards! A real mystery!  
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    A card is chosen by a spectator under extreme laboratory conditions. In spite of these impossible conditions, the magician finds the card without a moment's hesitation! This trick was published in Dai Vernon’s Inner Secrets of Card Magic, written by Lewis Ganson. Success guaranteed! To buy an ordinary deck of cards click here.  
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    A real little gem of mentalism, with five objects. While they are covered by a scarf, and you are standing with your back to them, the spectator removes them one by one and puts them, according to your directions, in his pockets. There is a prediction in view from the beginning. At the end, the prediction reveals that such and such an object will be in such and such a pocket, and the prediction proves to be correct! No stooges, no electronics, and a real surprise!  
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    This routine is another approach to the basic "The deck that remembers" routine: Your audience will experience a collective hypnosis exercise... that will go further and further! Three spectators will experience an extraordinary event... but what could be more normal, since they are under the hypnotic influence of the magician!  
  • Included In The Subscription "Passionate"  
    As a passionate magic fan, have you been longing for a new "Bloomerie"? Here's your reward for waiting! Gaëtan offers you here the pocket version of a theatrical card trick called "Attaboy", invented by Jack Hugues. In this trick, there was a kind of little cardboard bellboy who held a box in his hands and had another one at his feet. The magician would put all the cards in the bottom box and then put them, one by one, in the top box. When the spectator said "stop", the card on which the magician stopped would match the prediction. Thanks to the creative genius of Gaëtan Bloom, there is no more need for this very clever but very bulky device! It's brilliant, we love it! We are always fascinated by Gaëtan's universe and it's a great honor to be able to share his knowledge with you. Have a great time!  
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    A very strong impromptu trick with everyday objects. A spectator draws a simple geometric shape on a sugar cube with a pencil. The sugar is placed into a glass of water, the spectator's hand is placed over the opening of the glass. As the sugar dissolves in the water, the "emanation" of the inscription will rise into the spectator’s palm, and he will be amazed when he discovers that the inscription is now reproduced on his own hand!  
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